Myrick, David F. NEW MEXICO’S RAILROADS. Golden,
Museum, 1970; 1st edition; original gray cloth binding with black print on
spine; 205 pages; illustrations and maps. Fine
in very good plus dust jacket. $45.00
Overton, Richard C.
BURLINGTON ROUTE: A History of the
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1965, first edition, in dust jacket; 623 pages, xl index
pages; numerous illustrations. Book
is in its original blue cloth covers with red and gold print on front cover and
spine; dust jacket price-clipped. Overall
condition of book and dust jacket: very good plus to near fine. $55.00
Reinhardt, Richard. OUT
WEST ON THE
TRAIN: Across-the-Continent Excursion with Leslie’s Magazine in 1877 and the
Trip in 1967.
New Jersey: Castle Books, 1967. Brown boards;
tan cloth binding; black print on spine; 207 pages; fine in very good plus dust
Ridgway, Arthur O. THE
CASE OF TRAIN NUMBER 3. Denver,
: Rocky Mountain Railroad Club; Volume VI, December 1956.
Book is in its original blue cloth binding with silver printing on front
cover and spine; no dust jacket; 67 pages, plus fold-out map in back of book.
Condition: fine. $35.00
Robert J., compiler. COLORADO RAIL BIBLIOGRAPHY:
A comprehensive listing of printed Colorado Rail information sources, relating
to railroads, interurban, traction, horsedrawn, electric, cable, cog, and
incline railroads, operating entirely or partly in the state of Colorado.
RJS Publishing: Fairplay, Colorado, August 2003, first printing. Softcover:
522 pages; fine condition; almost as new. A definitive publication.
Sam and Coel, Margaret. GOIN’
RAILROADING: A Century on the
Colorado: Pruett Publishing Co., 1985, first edition.
Original maroon cloth covers with gold print on spine; 312 pages; very
fine in very fine dust jacket. $45.00
Sumner, David. HIGH
RAILS OVER CUMBRES: The Story of the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic RR,
’s highest narrow gauge railroad. Sanborn
, 1976, first edition. Original
illustrated wrappers; 12 pages, very good plus to near fine. $22.00
Tayler, Arthur. ILLUSTRATED
HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICAN RAILROADS.
: Chartwell Books, Inc., 1996, reprinted 2002.
Orange binding; gold print on spine; 192 pages; very fine in very fine
dust jacket. $35.00
Jackson C. GEORGE L. BEAM and The
Rio Grande, Volume I.
Colorado: Sundance Publications, Ltd., 1st printing, July 1986; original
illustrated covers; 280 pages; very fine condition.
L.L. STEEL TRAILS TO
SANTA FE. Lawrence,
Kansas Press, 1950, first edition, in dust jacket; 500 pages.
Book is in its original tan cloth binding with brown lettering on spine;
dust jacket is not price-clipped; maps on endpapers; plates, maps and graphs.
Overall condition of book: near fine; dust jacket: very good plus with
some edge wear. $40.00
Williams, Lester L. DISASTER
IN FOUNTAIN, 1888. Denver
Westerners, 1965, and republished by the Rocky Mountain Railroad Club, 1968.
Original blue printed wrappers; 18 pages; near fine condition. $22.00